Sungrow to supply 150 MW of inverters to solar projects in India


Sungrow, one of the world’s largest inverter manufacturers for the solar industry, today announced that it has won a significant contract in India. Already very active in Asian, U.S. and European markets, this new contract with Mytrah Energy, which will see Sungrow supply around 150 MW of projects with inverters, displays the company’s ability to remain attractive in new and emerging markets.

“Sungrow is very pleased to be a part of Mytrah for suppling inverters to their esteemed projects,” commented Sungrow president Renxian Cao. “We are delighted and overwhelmed to receive this contract from Mytrah and it leverages the intellectual capital in the design and supply of inverters for large scale energy generation assets. This contract gives us enormous momentum for solar inverter business in India.”

According to the announcement, Sungrow will assist in all aspects of the design and manufacturing of the inverters, which will be used on projects in the Indian states of Punjab and Telangana. The company was selected for the projects for a number of convenience reasons, as well as the quality of its inverters.

“High efficiency, ease of installation and maintenance design of Sungrow central inverters, in addition to their local technical support and global acceptance were some of the important aspects of why Sungrpw was selected as the inverter supplier,” said Mytrah Energy director Girish Gelli. “We would be happy to be associated with Sungrow for our future projects as well.”

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